SCHOLARSHIP’S THE PROGRAM
For the year 2023, the Canadian government is making fully funded scholarship programs available to all foreign students. The tuition fees charged to students enrolled in Canadian universities consist of a basic tuition fee and a lump sum, which is not the case for foreign students who benefit from a grant from the Canadian government for various free scholarship programs.
Applications are now open for the fully-funded 2023-24 Canada Study Scholarships for International Students program
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE PROGRAM
1- Check if your country is one of the eligible countries and in partnership with Canada
2- Contact the scholarship organization in your country or an international organization to find out the selection criteria and obtain the application form.
3- Apply to a university.
4- Provide the organization in charge of scholarships in your country with your letter of admission and the certificate of registration from the university as well as the application form.
5-Recommendation from your country
Nb: Your country is responsible for the selection of applications. Requests for exemptions must be sent through the official authorities of your country, and it is not possible for universities or the Canadian government to bypass this formality.
No application sent directly by students to the Canadian Ministry of Education will be processed.
6- Wait for the answer from the organization in charge of scholarships in your country which will inform you of the acceptance or refusal of your application.
7- Have a valid national or international passport, an identity card so that we can identify you, an updated CV and pass the language tests you will be submitted to (English or French)
REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLYING TO THE PROGRAM
To apply for a scholarship in Canada, you must generally meet the following requirements:
Be accepted at a Canadian educational institution: You must be accepted at a Canadian educational institution before you can apply for a scholarship. You must apply to the institution of your choice and be accepted before you can apply for a scholarship.
Have a good academic average: Most scholarships in Canada are awarded to students with a high academic average. Minimum requirements may vary from scholarship to scholarship, but in general, an average of 80% or higher is required.
Be a citizen of a foreign country: Most scholarships in Canada are reserved for foreign students. If you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, you will probably not be eligible for these scholarships.
Provide proof of funding: In addition to the scholarship, you will need to prove that you have the financial means to pay the rest of your tuition and living expenses while in Canada.
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Respect application deadlines: deadlines for applying for a scholarship may vary depending on the scholarship and the educational institution. It is important to check the application deadlines for each scholarship you will apply for in the future and to respect these deadlines.
It is important to note that these requirements may vary depending on the scholarship and the educational institution. You should check the specific requirements of each scholarship you will apply for before submitting your application.
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Canadian scholarships are offered by a variety of institutions and organizations, including the Canadian government, Canadian universities, private organizations and foundations.
Here are some general details about Canadian scholarships:
Types of scholarships: There are different types of Canadian scholarships, including scholarships for international students, fellowships, scholarships for graduate studies, scholarships for technical and professional studies, scholarships for Aboriginal students, etc.
Scholarship Amounts: Scholarship amounts may vary depending on the specific scholarship, program of study and university. In general, scholarships reimburse some or all of tuition, living expenses and travel costs.
Eligibility Criteria: Eligibility criteria vary depending on the scholarship. Some common criteria include academic excellence, leadership ability, community involvement, proof of financial need, etc.
Application Process: The application process also varies by specific scholarship. Applications may be submitted online or by mail, and may require documentation such as transcripts, letters of recommendation, essays, or statements of motivation.
Application deadlines: Application deadlines vary by scholarship and university. It is important to check the application deadlines for each specific award.
Duration of Award: The duration of the award can vary from a few months to several years, depending on the award and the program of study.
For more information on Canadian scholarships, it is recommended to consult the websites of Canadian universities, government agencies and scholarship foundations.
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